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Album:
Dynamite X
Style:
Rhythm & Blues, Funk
Released:
2007
Country:
Austria
FLAC vers. size:
1628 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1622 mb
WMA vers. size:
1540 mb
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4.9 ★
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886

Features Song Lyrics for James Brown's Dynamite X album. 1. Sunny (Funk Master J B vs. Funkmaster J S Hardboiled remix) Lyrics. 2. Cold Sweat (Captain Funky Dry mix) Lyrics. James Brown Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular James Brown Lyrics.

Dynamite X ‎(CD, Album, Dig). Couch Records, Blanco Y Negro (2). CR 20432. Last remixer is a girl for a change (Keigo Oyamada) who under the name Cornelius gets another go at Call Me Super Bad. She does not come up with any beat for most of the track and instead gives us James’ vocals with some uninspired keyboard tinkling and plonking. What was she thinking!?!?! So, in total a remix project with only three listenable versions: Readymade’s Sex Machine, Muro’s Funky Drummer and Jungle Funk’s Soul Power.

Think! is the third studio album by James Brown and The Famous Flames, featuring the hit singles "Baby You're Right" and their cover of "Bewildered", along with the group's hit cover of the title track, "Think" originally recorded by The "5" Royales. It also includes the national hits "I'll Go Crazy", "This Old Heart" and "Baby, You're Right", the regional hit "Good Good Lovin'", and Brown's B-side hit duet with Bea Ford, "You've Got the Power".

In stock now for same day shipping. James Brown represented what may well be the greatest and yet most contradictory career in the history of pop. His most enduring invention was undoubtedly the music we now know as funk. In the mid-sixties James Brown ignited a pop music revolution with the release of "Papa's Got A Brand New Ba. He followed through with classics such as "I Got You", "Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose", "Sex Machine", "Super Bad" and many more, effectively bringing the whole thing home

James Brown was not an albums artist. That’s a bad sales pitch. We’re here to talk about Brown’s best albums, after all. But any statement to the contrary would be a lie. Brown released nearly 70 albums and most of those came between 1959 and 1976. That’s why we’ve put together these 10 titles, distilling Brown down to his most essential cuts without losing the shagginess and humanity that make Mr. Dynamite so impressive in the first place. Even after outlying the cost, Brown had to strong-arm the label into releasing it. They didn’t think an album of already released songs recorded live could turn a profit. They didn’t get it. The audience-both inside the historic Harlem theater and in record stores around the country-knew better than the suits at King. You can hear it in the frantic screams that cut through the tantalizing performance of Lost Someone and the reactions to Bobby Byrd and C. s pristine, lockstep takes on hits like Try Me and Please Please Me.

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Tracklist

Sex Machine (Readymade Jazz Defector Remix) 5:37
Soul Power (Jungle Funk Mix) 4:35
Funky Drummer (Listen To The Muro Mix) 4:35
Give It Up Or Turn It Lose (dZihan & Kamien Remix) 4:02
Get On The Good Foot (Mr Drunk Remix) 5:46
Soul Power (Co Fusion Mix) 4:08
Give It Up Or Turn It Loose (Fantasista Re-Formation) 4:19
Cold Sweat (Captain Funk Dry Mix) 4:02
Sunny (Funk Master J.B Vs. Funk Master J.S Hardboiled Remix) 5:24
Call Me Superbad (Cay Taylan Remix) 5:01
Call Me Superbad (Cornelius Rework) 6:16

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CR 20431 James Brown Dynamite X ‎(2xLP) Couch Records CR 20431 Austria 2007
CR 20432 James Brown Dynamite X ‎(CD, Album) Couch Records CR 20432 Belgium 2007
CR 20432 James Brown Dynamite X ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Couch Records CR 20432 Austria 2007
CR 20432 James Brown Dynamite X ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Couch Records, Blanco Y Negro CR 20432 Spain 2007
CR 20432 James Brown Dynamite X ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Couch Records CR 20432 Belgium 2007
  • Ironrunner
I bought this for Muro’s Funky Drummer edit and didn’t expect much. What I got is pretty much in line with my expectations:Japanese Readymade’s mix of Sex Machine starts a bit gimmicky but is actually listenable with its new rhythm Jazz Defector pattern. Couch label owners dZihan & Kamien deliver a truly awful mix of Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose, shifting the beat from the One to a rocky Two and Four. Cay Taylan is another Couch Records affiliate (pseudonym?) and the Call Me Super Bad is exactly that, but not in the Ebonics meaning.Fantasia is another remixer from Japan (Toshio Matsuura) and puts a Latin Jazz beat under his version of Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose, which does not excite but at least doesn’t annoy either.Listen To The Muro Mix of Funky Drummer is very full on with him using almost exclusively original parts, rearranging them, chopping them up and overlaying them with a few sample stutters and turntable scratches, adding a sprinkling of drum programming, which all works OK. You can drop this at the height of an intense funk set and it will work. As a standalone mix it shows its age after a decade and ever since Jorun Bombay’s edit came out, there is no doubt what people want to hear / play.Captain Funk is another Japanese remixer who has released mostly Break Beat / Big Beat stuff and (under his real name Tatsuya Oe) Electronic Jazz and Experimental stuff. His Cold Sweat Mix is a thin commercial affair not worth listening to a second time.The next track is a remix of Sunny by a guy called Jun Sasaki and the convoluted title (Funk Master Jb Vs Funk Master Js Hardboiled Remix) is suspect enough. I had to listen to this twice as my daughter repeatedly said “turn the music down, there is an alarm beeping somewhere….”, No,honey, it’s part of the remix.Next up are Jungle Funk who consist of Doug Wimbish, Vinx and Will Calhoun who at least have some funky pedigree. Their mix of Soul Power is pretty good. It takes the urgency out of the original and makes it a steady pounding affair for the early hours. Very listenable. Mr. Drunk (Daisuke Sakama) did certainly not Get On A Good Foot as he’s changed a funky 4/4 to a country bumpkin 2/4 beat. Add to that some annoying keyboard stabs and you’ve got a remix you never want to listen to again. Japanese duo Co-Fusion get another go at Soul Power but this has neither Power, nor Soul. Straight from Hell.Last remixer is a girl for a change (Keigo Oyamada) who under the name Cornelius gets another go at Call Me Super Bad. She does not come up with any beat for most of the track and instead gives us James’ vocals with some uninspired keyboard tinkling and plonking. What was she thinking!?!?!So, in total a remix project with only three listenable versions: Readymade’s Sex Machine, Muro’s Funky Drummer and Jungle Funk’s Soul Power.
  • anneli
I bought this for Muro’s Funky Drummer edit and didn’t expect much from the rest. What I got is pretty much in line with my expectations:Japanese Readymade’s mix of Sex Machine starts a bit gimmicky but is actually listenable with its new rhythm Jazz Defector pattern. Couch label owners dZihan & Kamien deliver a truly awful mix of Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose, shifting the beat from the One to a rocky Two and Four. Cay Taylan is another Couch Records affiliate (pseudonym?) and the Call Me Super Bad is exactly that, but not in the Ebonics meaning.Fantasia is another remixer from Japan (Toshio Matsuura) and puts a Latin Jazz beat under his version of Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose, which does not excite but at least doesn’t annoy either.Listen To The Muro Mix of Funky Drummer is very full on with him using almost exclusively original parts, rearranging them, chopping them up and overlaying them with a few sample stutters and turntable scratches, adding a sprinkling of drum programming, which all works OK. You can drop this at the height of an intense funk set and it will work. As a standalone mix it shows its age after a decade and ever since Jorun Bombay’s edit came out, there is no doubt what people want to hear / play.Captain Funk is another Japanese remixer who has released mostly Break Beat / Big Beat stuff and (under his real name Tatsuya Oe) Electronic Jazz and Experimental stuff. His Cold Sweat Mix is a thin commercial affair not worth listening to a second time.The next track is a remix of Sunny by a guy called Jun Sasaki and the convoluted title (Funk Master Jb Vs Funk Master Js Hardboiled Remix) is suspect enough. I had to listen to this twice as my daughter repeatedly said “turn the music down, there is an alarm beeping somewhere….”, No,honey, it’s part of the remix.Next up are Jungle Funk who consist of Doug Wimbish, Vinx and Will Calhoun who at least have some funky pedigree. Their mix of Soul Power is pretty good. It takes the urgency out of the original and makes it a steady pounding affair for the early hours. Very listenable. Mr. Drunk (Daisuke Sakama) did certainly not Get On A Good Foot as he’s changed a funky 4/4 to a country bumpkin 2/4 beat. Add to that some annoying keyboard stabs and you’ve got a remix you never want to listen to again. Japanese duo Co-Fusion get another go at Soul Power but this has neither Power, nor Soul. Straight from Hell.Last remixer is a girl for a change (Keigo Oyamada) who under the name Cornelius gets another go at Call Me Super Bad. She does not come up with any beat for most of the track and instead gives us James’ vocals with some uninspired keyboard tinkling and plonking. What was she thinking!?!?!So, in total a remix project with only three listenable versions: Readymade’s Sex Machine, Muro’s Funky Drummer and Jungle Funk’s Soul Power.